Ohio fast-food joint disses Browns

In observance with the Christian day of rest, Chick-fil-A is not

open on Sundays.

Typically, that reality is not used as premise for a punchline,

but these are the Cleveland Browns we’re talking about.

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“Like the Browns, we take Sundays off,” the sign reads. Cold,

Chick-fil-A. Cold.

As sleuthed out by

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that appears to be the fast food chain’s location in North Canton,

Ohio. If that rings a bell, yes — Canton is also the home of

the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Apparently it’s also a location with a sense of humor about the

regional sports franchises.

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It’s not like the fast-food restaurant is alone in it’s making

fun of the northeast Ohio NFL team. Recall this Cleveland fan and

his famous rant from 2011?

(WARNING: Heads up for use of fowl language)